Hannah and His Sisters

A career criminal named James Tubbs is accused of beating a man to death in Kern County, California. Tubbs sought special treatment by calling himself “Hannah” and claiming to be a woman. Prosecutor Shea Sanna wasn’t buying it and Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón has suspended Sanna for “deadnaming” Tubbs, whom he correctly identified as a “predator.”

In 2013, Tubbs was accused of fondling a 4-year-old girl. Six months later in 2014 he attacked a 10-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Denny’s restaurant. In jailhouse phone calls, Tubbs boasted about getting better treatment by calling himself a “tranny.” Tubbs also called himself a “grown-ass man” and joked about making up the gender con. Tubbs is hardly the first criminal to play that game. 

In 1980 in Los Angeles, a man named Rodney Quine gunned down Shahid Ali Baig, a father of three, then stole Baig’s car and $80. Quine was twice-married and had fathered two daughters, but once in prison the murderer claimed to have sought female status since the age of nine. 

A forensic examination of hormones, chromosomes, internal organs, skeletal structure and such would have revealed the truth in short order. Trouble is, the justice system no longer follows the science. Like a mental patient who claims to be God or Napoleon, the murderer’s claim to be a woman was accepted, and then some. 

According to an August 2015 LifeSiteNews report, federal judge Jon Tigar, “assigned himself to Quine’s case and appointed a team of San Francisco lawyers and the Transgender Law Center to represent him.” Tigar claimed that denying a prisoner’s “gender reassignment” surgery may constitute “deliberate indifference” to a serious medical need and, if so, would be unconstitutionally “cruel and unusual punishment.” 

For the Obama judge, convicted murderers have a right to gender reassignment surgery, regardless of cost. In 2015, California became the first state to pony up taxpayers’ money for the sex-change operation of a convicted criminal. On January 5, 2017, Shiloh Heavenly Quine, 57, became the first U.S. inmate to receive state-funded sex-reassignment, at a cost of some $100,000.

“It just made me dizzy and sick,” Farida Baig, the murder victim’s daughter, told reporters. “I’m helping pay for his surgery. I live in California. It’s kind of like a slap in the face.” 

Previously confined at the Mule Creek State Prison for men, Quine is now inmate WB1121 at the Central California Women’s Facility. Such inmates must now be provided with earrings, nightgowns, necklaces and such, all at taxpayer expense. 

In 2023, career criminal James Tubbs has that all precedent on his side, plus the pro bono services of white District Attorney George Gascón, who enjoyed the backing of billionaire George Soros in his 2020 campaign against African American Jackie Lacey. Gascón has claimed he was unaware of Tubbs’ previous criminal offenses and should have been harsher. It’s far more likely that Gascón knew all about it and chose to be lenient. 

Observers could say that grown-ass man Tubbs fooled dumb-ass man Gascón, who often betrays a look of mental vacancy in the style of Joe Biden.  On the other hand, there’s more to the pro-crime DA than people might think.  

George Gascón appears to be afflicted with Advanced Reality Dysphoria (ARD) which obscures the distinction between violent criminals and their victims, and blurs the line between justice and injustice. ARD can also render a district attorney incapable of  recognizing a criminal’s attempt to get lenient treatment by claiming to be a woman. 

George Gascón is evidence that ARD is incurable and dangerous to the public. Watch for Gascon to target Shea Sanna for dismissal. Watch for a judge to rule that James Tubbs must get a tuck-and-roll job on the taxpayer’s dime. And don’t be surprised if Hannah Tubbs winds up at the California Women’s Facility with Shiloh Heavenly Quine. 

Meanwhile, to update a recent American Greatness crime story, on February 24 in Sacramento, Deputy Attorney General Sean McCoy ruled that the original sentence of double murderer Daniel Marsh had been fully reinstated in 2018, and a 2021 order dismissing his appeal was appropriate. Therefore the latest appeal was denied. 

Murder cases involving juveniles can be declared closed. Daniel Marsh, 25, will not be retried in juvenile court and released before the 10th anniversary of his crime in April. As he awaits a parole hearing in 2037, aspiring juvenile murderers now have the law on their side.

Under Senate Bill 1391, signed by Gov. Jerry Brown, anyone under the age of 16 can murder any number of people, be prosecuted only in juvenile court, and gain release at the age of 25. All murderers have an advocate in Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón, who believes their lies and suspends prosecutors who tell the truth. 

No reality, no peace.

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About Lloyd Billingsley

Lloyd Billingsley is the author of Hollywood Party and other books including Bill of Writes and Barack ‘em Up: A Literary Investigation. His journalism has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Spectator (London) and many other publications. Billingsley serves as a policy fellow with the Independent Institute.

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